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Memory Lane….

-By Brave Flower- It was 4:30 pm. Aloke was standing at the bus stop to catch a town bus to reach the railway station. The tea shop from his childhood days was still there with a few people discussing hot news having hot tea n snacks. The present owner looked just like his father but… Continue reading Memory Lane….

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A cocktail of Identities

-By KK- Today, we are not simple uncomplicated selves. There’s a lot more happening than we have bargained for.  We are subconscious- driven, trained academician, social misfit fits, highly strung emotional bombs of anger, impatience, ego, superiority, inferiority, positivity, negativity, wise owls, cunning foxes, pious, religious, moral inspectors, warriors and devout keepers of divinity mouthing… Continue reading A cocktail of Identities

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Principles are high maintenance

-By KK- Ethics, morals, principles have been touted to us from the onset of infancy. Good, bad, evil actions’ emergence is driven into our consciousness to help us form a strong steady character. Truth is a quietly added on Kohinoor diamond. Autobiographies of famous strong heroic leaders become a part of our inspirational study. In… Continue reading Principles are high maintenance

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No !!

-By KK- A two-letter word. The opposite of yes. No - an opportunity denied, Luck bypassed, An experience lost, At what cost?   No. A deprivation- An inexperienced adrenalin rush, A fateful destination, A courageous act, A measure of inner strength, A challenge to self…   A full bloom growth, A creative outcome, An answer… Continue reading No !!

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A Train Journey

-By Brave Flower- Back in the 1990s, the Indian Railways was still the go-to mode of transport for long distance travel. We didn’t have the internet or mobile phones to rely on to pass our time. We resorted to observing our surroundings and interacting with the people around us to keep ourselves engaged. The following… Continue reading A Train Journey